With two trades in the last few days, the Bills added a draft pick from Jacksonville in the Marcell Dareus deal and then sent two draft picks to Carolina to acquire wide receiver Kelvin Benjamin.
The Bills continue to have a number of picks at the top of the draft, even after sending a third-rounder (and a seventh-rounder) to Carolina for Benjamin.
The third-round pick is the Bills' original pick, and not the third-round pick acquired from Philadelphia in the Ronald Darby trade; the seventh-round pick that is going to Carolina is the Los Angeles Chargers' pick that was acquired in the Cardale Jones trade.
Here is a rundown of the Bills' 2018 selections:
Kansas City Chiefs' selection (acquired at 2017 draft for Chiefs to move to No. 10)
Los Angeles Rams' selection (acquired in Sammy Watkins trade)
Philadelphia Eagles' selection (acquired in Ronald Darby trade)
*Jacksonville Jaguars' selection (acquired in Marcell Dareus trade; could move to a fifth-rounder if Dareus remains on the roster all season and Jaguars make the playoffs)
Note: Bills' own selection traded to Rams as part of the Watkins trade
Note: Bills traded seventh-round pick to Green Bay Packers to acquire Lerentee McCray. That was a conditional pick and terms were never publicly disclosed so it is unknown if the Bills retain that pick.